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TEMPORARILY CLOSED
The Palm Springs Air Museum is temporarily closed due to the risk posed by the Coronavirus. The closure is effective starting March 18th and we hope to reopen on April 6th. The decision comes in accordance with guidelines issued by the California Department of Public Health.

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Visit 9700The Palm Springs Air Museum is home to one of the world’s largest collections of flyable WWII aircraft and from Korea and Vietnam; and unlike many other museums, our air-conditioned hangars have no ropes to keep you from interacting with our exhibits. In addition to our aircraft, exhibits and activities allow visitors of all ages to gain a fresh perspective of World War II — the unparalleled event that shaped the world we live in. A new hangar opened May of 2017 holds exhibits and aircraft from the Korea and Vietnam Wars.  Rides in four vintage Warbird airplanes are available through the Giftshop and online. Check out the Warbird Rides page.

Our extensive library and our crew of trained volunteers can provide you details on the aircraft and a sense of the experience of flying them. Additionally, a number of aircraft are open for tours every day.

Children of all ages are entranced by the big planes and entertained with related activities, from our kid-sized control tower to flying our simulators.

And we’re pet friendly to friendly pets.

We’re open every day from 10AM to 5PM (except for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the 3rd Friday in February when we close to prepare for our annual gala). FREE PARKING

Click on Programs to see our schedule of commemorative programs.

Click on Admission to see ticket pricing.

The Palm Springs Air Museum is located at 745 North Gene Autry Trail.
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